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the highest military decoration for valor to a former army staff sergeant. 31-year-old clinton roamshite will be the fourth to receive the medal of honor. clinton was a section leader on he killed several enemy fighters and recovered several fall soldiers during the day- long fight. >>> about 60 military police are getting ready to head on for guantanamo bay. there was a big celebration for the d.c. national guard at the armory yesterday. for the last year they've been training at fort leavenworth in kansas and fort indian town gap in pennsylvania. >> every mission has its own type of dangers. this one is not like afghanistan or iraq. it does have its own dangers and challenges. >> i knew what i signed up for. >> the troops got ice cream and cake to go with their sendoff hugs. they will be heading to gitmo tomorrow morning on a support mission to help run the prison staff and keep order. >>> coming up next, we'll go live to fox business network in new york for a look at why, if you work in virginia, getting health insurance through work might be a little bit more difficult. we'll tell yo
's an adulterer, which is pretty bad. >> obama hung out with clinton. >> next "tmz," lindsay lohan's new main squeeze. is she back with a chick or is it a guy or both? who's lindsay's new main squeez this is my friend diane. she's played by the rules her whole life. but then the rules flew right out the window. having just lost her husband, she stepped up and adopted her three grandkids, while working full time and caring for her brother, eddie, with cerebral palsy. i get the three children up. i walk andrew at eight i drop olivia off at eight thirty. spend a few minutes at emilio's school. i stop at the grocery store, and then i might do some laundry that has to be done. and then i have about five minutes. the baby sitter comes in and then i go to work. i'm not back home again until 11:30 at night. hard as she works, it's still a struggle to keep up with the bills and stay warm at night. when we asked the biggest oil companies to help families in need, only citgo, the people of venezuela, and president hugo chavez responded. thanks to them, citizens energy is able to deliver millions of gall
of state hillary clinton's last day on the job. yesterday, she called the violence in iri can't distressing on all fronts. secretary clait cloit said she has done what was possible in this situation. in her final public appearance as secretary of state, she said her confidence in the future of the nation is strong. -- secretary clinton said she has done what was possible in this situation. >>> a new york landmark is turning 100 years old. >> without the efforts of a famous former first lady, grand central station might not have made it to this milestone. we have a report. >> reporter: a century ago, the u.s. government pumped $80 million into a train station. >> trains were in their heyday and the way to travel but that didn't last long. planes and cars chiped away at railway popularity. decades later, grand central was destined for demolition. enter jacqueline kennedy owe -- onassis leading an effort to salvage the station. >> this is a 1906 generator. >> reporter: since then, this crown jewel of travel has been restored to its full glory. commuters arrive on regional twains about once eve
that under wraps. >> he's an adulterer, which is pretty bad. >> obama hung out with clinton. >> next "tmz," lindsay lohan's new main squeeze. is she back with a chick or is it a guy or both? >> "tmz" online and on your phone 24/7. >> feeling bloated, got a nice layer of winter blubber going? it's time to take a load off on the "tmz" hollywood tour bus and get your cardio the easy way, like this steven tyler fan. you can see anyone, like diddy or jane lynch or berry gordy's son. >> i don't like to be around strangers. >> no problem. book a "tmz" custom charter and fill the bus with people you know for your birthdays, family reunions, even corporate events. [screaming] she's in finance. >> i've seen all your documentaries. you're brilliant. >> that's filmmaker michael moore, best known for has amazingly poignant farting contest. >> how you doing? >> he was arriving at l.a.x. yesterday ready to be the ball of laughs he always is. >> obama care has very good things in the bill. >> that guy's hysterical! and speaking of obama. >> did you see the photos of president obama hitting the golf swing
bill clinton in epcot center. >> bill clinton was going for a walk in amsterdam maybe looking for a coffee shop. >> uh-oh. the president of party time. the president is feeling fine. >> coffee shop, maybe red light district. >> or he's there on stately business probably doing charity work. >> he'll probably do work on charity and hope and gretel, face time. >> why was he in amsterdam? >> you know, standard amsterdam stuff. meeting heads of state, taking in the culture and then see what happens. >> i tried to look it up and everything was in dutch. >> he better get his story straight or he's going to be in dutch with the miss. >> he's getting down a little bit, coffee shop. >> he's not getting down. >> of course not, but in case you need to lay low for a while bill, we know a great place for you to hide right little girl. >> chubby checker is suing over a penis measuring app. he's suing hewlett packard and palm. >> these guys made an app. >> you can tell somebody's penis size by their shoe size. >> there is some sort of equation in there that can tell you how big a guy's penis
have thousands of press dents. >> chris: when the impeachment trial of bill clinton happened, they wanted to know what happened to the trial of andrew johnson in 1868. >> one question was, has anybody other than a member of the house ever presented a case against -- on the floor of the senate. >> chris: richie's answer was no. >> he should be removed from office as president of the united states. >> chris: congressmen had to make the case against clinton, not their lawyers. recently, senators have been asking lots of questions about the filibuster. and ways to stop it. >> they all recognize the senate would be a different institution and, quite frankly, they'll say, the senate would be just like the house of representatives. which is something the senate doesn't want -- >> not a compliment. >> not in the slightest. we have files on filibusters and we have files on every, single person whoever served in the senate. >> chris: he took us into the archives of the office. picking a fill at random. >> i pulled out, butler, the first senator from alaska. >> chris: and also have 35,0
there. >> good luck with the show girls. >> it's former president bill clinton in epcot center. >> bill clinton was going for a walk in amsterdam maybe looking for a coffee shop. >> uh-oh. the president of party time. the president is feeling fine. >> coffee shop, maybe red light district. >> or he's there on stately business probably doing charity work. >> he'll probably do work on charity and hope and gretel, face time. >> why was he in amsterdam? >> you know, standard amsterdam stuff. meeting heads of state, taking in the culture and then see what happens. >> i tried to look it up and everything was in dutch. >> he better get his story straight or he's going to be in dutch with the miss. >> he's getting down a little bit, coffee shop. >> he's not getting down. >> of course not, but in case you need to lay low for a while bill, we know a great place for you to hide right little girl. >> chubby checker is suing over a penis measuring app. he's suing hewlett packard and palm. >> these guys made an app. >> you can tell somebody's penis size by their shoe size. >> there is some sort of eq
he is stepping down. find out who it is and hillary clinton hangs up her hat as secretary of state. sue. >> happy friday to you. a little light snow to start the day and a lot of cold air to end our friday. we'll talk about what you can expect as we go through the weekend. i wonder what else is going on? scott, any other ideas? >> a little game called the super bowl. two days from kickoff down in new orleans. a fun event out there today. the harbaugh brothers meet up in a joint press conference, and the caps return home trying to snap their game against the fliers. >>> if you have a story idea, give us a call 202-895-3000. e-mail tips@wttg.com. Ñ almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. fiber one. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? um... try the number one! yeah, this is pretty good. [ male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. fiber one. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ shimmy, shimmy chocolate. ♪ we, we chocolate cross over. ♪ yeah, we chocolate cross over. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing fiber one 80 calorie chocolate cereal. ♪ c
being closed if not enough female soldier measure up to the standards. >>> hillary clinton has made her final spubl speech as secretary of state speaking before the council on foreign relations thursday. mrs.clinton said worldwide equality to women is essential to u.s. foreign policy. >> if women and girls everywhere were treated as equal to men in rights, dignity and opportunity, we would see political and economic progress everywhere. so this is not only a moral issue, which, of course, it is. it is an economic issue and a security issue and it is the unfinished business of the 21st century. >> clinton also hay strong warning about iran sending more than soldiers and better military supplies to syria and said that iran is working with the terror group hezbollah to fight syrian rebels search the district is cracking down on bullying. a new task force nays presented a plan that defines bullying as, quote, any severe, pervasive or persistent act or conduct, whether physical, electronic or verbal. the "washington post" reports the d.c. office of human rights is recommending that agencies
one week after former secretary of state hillary clinton faced intense questioning over the obama administration's handling of security before and its statements after september's attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. >> was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they would go kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? >> reporter: analysts say in the wake of the benghazi attacks, there is greater focus on what the u.s. can and can't do in protecting its diplomats. >> if someone wants to take their live to take yours, there's very little that can be done. >> reporter: lou coffee is an international security expert at the heritage foundation. he says keeping the bomber from entering the embassy played a key role in reducing the casualties. >> they refused to let the suicide bomber. in he exploded himself outside. >> reporter: what remains to be seen, analysts say, is if friday's attack was an isolated one to send a message, or the start of a new wave of violence aimed at u.s. facilities in turkey. turns out, thi
martin dempsey who revealed along with secretary of state clinton and -- >> director of national intelligence, clapper. >> chris: right. added to it, they all, last summer, last fall, support the idea of arming the rebels in syria, but, the president overruled his entire national security team. what do you make of that and from what we hear from his aide, his continued refusal to intervene in the civil war in syria? >> i think, they are writing one of the more shameful chapter in american history, 60,000 people have been massacred. i have been to the refugee camps and met the people, the atrocious treatment going on. it is disgraceful and, by the way, there is a national security component, it would be the greatest blow to iran, in the last 25 years, if bashar al-assad fell, not to mention hezbollah. so, it is incomprehensible and the president of the united states, to say, because people are dying in the congo is a reason not to act in syria? it shows to me a lack of experience and knowledge which is very dangerous to america's national security interests and, again, it is shame
paul editor and chief. and wrote hundreds of speeches for president clinton and lectured on historic and modern day political speech writing. good to see you back on the show. >> good to be here. >> what do you expect to hear from the president and what does he need to say? >> from all indications, the president is going to have a focus on the economy. talking about steps that can be taken by congress. he's going to be putting a lot of what we've been hearing about in an economic context. in other words, he's going to talk about immigration but talk about the benefits. increase gdp and taxation. you are going to see a lot of weaving together of things the president has had on his agenda. infrastructure bank, for instance. put in the context of the election is over. the economy is weak. we need to juice it up some. and please, let's not have budget battles that do damage to this nation's he can knowledge i can recovery. >> what is the message that he'll deliver to folks in congress? what will that message be and how do you do that and still speak to the nation? >> well, i think that y
rise, president bush in the background there. >> three presidents. >> clinton, george bush w and president obama of course. >> retired master sergeant craig stuart spent 24 years in the air force, 13 of those years on air force 1. >> it's the same as any aircraft destination working on. it doesn't matter if it's the president or your son or daughter or mom. >> as a crew chief he has seen a lot of the world while making sure all is right with the most famous 747 many in america. >> if there's an issue with the airplane you have to get it resolved. >> sometimes you don't see you hotel room. sometimes crew chiefs can get a break, like on a trip to rome. there are two identical 747s, both called air force 1. >> sometimes when you walk into the hanger and you'll see both of those planes sitting there, it's one of those things where you can get used to it but every now and again it just kind of hits you and sets you back to that first day when you walked in and looked at it and was like wow, these things are awesome. >> the crew sits in a different area of the plane if the preside
can to live up to the high standards that secretary clinton and her team put in place. >> kerry represented massachusetts in the senate for almost 30 years. >>> the edge on maryland, more legal trouble for disgraced john leopold. two former county employees. different reasons for wrong full termination. found guilty last week of two counts for misconduct. >>> a news alert out of arlington, virginia. thieves smashed their way into a jewelry store at the pentagon city mall. four masked men used hammers to smash the display case after getting away in a car and smashed through a gate leaving the mall. >>> straight ahead here on the news edge, a u.s. senator defends a message. some are calling racist. >> this is a building designed for the people who help keep all of us safe. and about to open. i'm beth parker. the story coming up. >> the parade route is set for after the ravens return home. touched down at bwi moments ago. a recap ahead in the sports edge. >> and taco bell's superbowl commercial was a hit among viewers. shows senior citizens blowing off steam and headed back to the
competition. the campaign sponsored by the peerer g. peterson foundation, the clinton global initiative university and net impact challenges students to engage the peers on how fiscal issues can impact the future. >> we think of it that it's not our problem. some of our online interviews, they said it's our problem. we're the ones that are growing into this debt and it's going to fall squarely on our shoulders 20 years down the road. so, the main issue is that students don't see it that way. >> on top of having full class leads, jobs, and personal lives, students are participating to raise awareness of america's debt. >> trying to get more people to know about our campaign and the federal debt. we're also going to hold two more events. one is a quiz bowl like a jeopardy event and the other one is a debate between college republicans and college democrats who are hoping to draw a lot of people to see how this problem is exacerbated in congress. >> reporter: in its pilot year, students are organizing speaking events like this one and using social media. they'll be judged on how many of th
. >>> hillary clinton is stepping down ads secretary of state today and as she leaves, she says that equality for women worldwide is essential to u.s. foreign policy. show told an audience at the council on foreign relations that, quote, if women were treated equal to men, would he would see progress everywhere. clinton also warned about iran's influence in syria. her successor, senator john kerry will be sworn in as secretary of state in a private ceremony this afternoon. >>> president obama's choice to head the defense department was forced to defend his past statements. chuck hagel struggled to reassure senators he is up to the job and not soft on iran. testimony in the senate armed services committee lasted eight hours. it is not clear for republicans will try to block his nomination. >>> super bowl xlvii is just two days away. >> can't get here soon enough. both teams warmed up for a second day on thursday. ravens head coach john harbaugh decided to move practice indoors to the saint facility after reports from the players that the field at tulane university was a little hard. they waste
female predecessors hillary clinton and condoleezza rice. >> and i guarantee you that beginning this morning when i report for duty upstairs, everything i do will be focused on the security and safety of our people. we have tough decisions to make, but i guarantee you i'll do everything i can to leave up to the high standards that secretary clinton and of her team put in place. -- and her team put in place. >> kerry represented massachusetts in the senate for nearly 30 years. >>> now a story from last week on fox 5, toxic fire retardants found in the foam of some couches and other up holstered products. now concern about similar chemicals and foam insulation with your home. here's consumer reporter laura evans with the followup. >> reporter: awareness is growing over how ever present these chemicals are in our lives from the couches we sit on to the mattresses our children sleep on, it's likely we have a flame retardant somewhere in our home. just today an article on the front page of the san francisco chronicle reports a northern california lawmaker is working on a bill callin
that shows the panel was confused about their instruction. >>> today is hillary clinton's final day on the job. and as she leaves, she is issuing a parting warning about iran about meddling in the civil war in syria. she warned about iran sending more fighters and upgraded military supplies to the government of syria, which is fighting a civil war. mrs.clinton also spoke about the need for equality for women around the world. >> if women and girls everywher were treated as equal to men in rights, dignity and opportunity, we would see political and economic progress everywhere. so this is not only a moral issue, which of course it is, it is an economic issue and a security issue and it is the unfinished business of the 21: 00 -- 21st century. >>> the city's mayoral race may be more than a year away, but talk of who is willing to campaign is a possibility. one possibility is tom wells who stopped by our studios last night. lauren demarco has more. good morning. >> reporter: councilman wells says he'll get the ball rolling monday with an exploratory committee. where he is known for fi
commended former staff sergeant clinton romsha saying he helped defend the indefensible. he was with a group of 53 troops far outnumbered by more than 300 taliban fighters charged into enemy fire in 2009 to save the lives of his fellow soldiers. >> when i called clint to tell him he would receive this medal, he said he was honor bud he said it wasn't just me out there, it was a team effort. so today, we also honor this american team including those who made the ultimate sacrifice. >> eight men did not survive the taliban attack. >>> coming up next, it is on- the-job training like you have never seen. >> fox 5's sherry ly hits the ground with marines training at quantico to find out more about the hands-on way they get ready for the battleground. we'll be right back. lucky charms?! ♪ yer always after me lucky charms! whoa. i forgot how good these taste! [ lucky ] ♪ they're magically delicious ♪ the one and only, cheerios it wasn't their cup. if you don't like that dark roast, we've created a coffee for you. blonde is a beautiful, light roasted coffee. kind of mellow, sweet, a little cit
in the background there. >> three presidents in fact. >> clinton, george bush w and president obama. >> retired master craig stewart spent 24 years in the air force. 13 of those on air force one. >> doesn't matter if it's the president or signing your daughter or your mom. >> he has seen a lot of the world while making sure all is right with the most famous 747. >> if there's an issue before the airplane. >> sometimes you don't see your hotel room. sometimes a crew chief that can a little break like on trips to rome. >> there are actually two identical 747s. >> sometimes when you walk in and see both those planes, it's one of those things where you can get used to it now and again it kind of hits you and sets you back to that first day. wow. these things are awesome . >> the crew sits in a different area from the plane. >> how's the food? >> good. >> better than commercial airline food? >> oh, yeah. >> this is an actual window? >> yes, it is. one of the things they do for the guys when they retire. >> recalls the most emotional moment. president obama's visit to ghana. first african american u.
president bill clinton will speak at the service serving as i representative for barack obama. koch was admired has a tough lawmaker who hay fierce loyalty to israel. he died on friday of congestive heart failure at the age of 88. also today, state officials will announce a subway station in the big apple will be renamed in his hon oimple the east 77th street and lexington avenue stop is said to be his favorite and is also where he often campaigned. -- in his honor. >>> why some super bowl advertiser might be knocking on cbs's door this morning. we'll go live to fox business network in new york next. >>> a record-setting national anthem before the big game. alicia keys' rendition of the star spangled banner took her 156 seconds to belt out beating the previous record at the super bowl held by nat alie cole's 152 second performance.  this is so sick! i can't believe your mom let you take her car out. this is awesome! whoooo! you're crazy. go faster! go faster! go faster! go faster! no! stop...stop... (mom) i raised my son to be careful... hi, sweetie. hi, mom. (mom) but just to be s
in the background there. >> reporter: three presidents, in fact. >> clinton, george bush, w., and president obama. >> reporter: retired master sergeant craig stewart spent 24 years in the air force, 13 of those years on air force 1. >> and that is the same, the aircraft definition and that does not market if it's the president or your son or daughter. >> reporter: as a crew chief, he has seen a lot of the world while making sure all is right with the famous 747 in america. >> and if there is an issue with the airplan. can you stand there. >> reporter: sometimes you don't see your hotel room, sometimes, though, a crew chief can get a break, like on trips to rome. >> rome is with so much history. >> reporter: there are two identical 7 prisons, both air force one. >> sometimes when you were walking through the hangar and you see both of those planes there, that is one of the things where you can get used to it and every now and again, it hits you and sets you back to the first day when you walked in. >> reporter: the crew sits in a different area of the plane than the president. >> how's the food? >
for his bravery in afghanistan. former staff sergeant clinton romasha was given the medal of honor yesterday. he was hit with shrapnel in a day-long battle defending appear paren most in afghanistan. he charged 100 yards into enemy fire to try to save other troops who were hit. he did two tours in iraq before his action in afghanistan. he is the fourth living medal of honor recipient honored for service in iraq and afghanistan. >>> also making headlines this morning, a new government study shows nearly 40 million americans have errors on the yet its report and 20 million have mistake. some errors can cost you loans, a job or better interest rates and coming up at 8:00 arab credit experts joins us live in studio with tips that can help you make sure your credit report is right. >>> still ahead, it was the sort of emergency report that no one wants to see. warning air zombie apocalypse. >> we'll tell you how the false alarm was sent out by one steve station out west. we'll check back in with julie for more on your morning commute. tucker is talking about the chances of snow heading o
in the background there. >> three presidents, in fact. >> clinton, george bush w. and president obama. retired master spent 24 years in the air force, 13 of those years on air force one. >> it's the same pressure as any aircraft technician has working on any aircraft. it doesn't matter if it's the president or your son or daughter. >> as a crew chief, he has seen a lot of the world while making sure all is right with the most famous 747 in america. >> if there's an issue, you stay there until the issue is resolved. >> sometimes you don't see the hotel room, sometimes a crew chief can get a break, like on trips to rome. >> rome is full of so much history. >> there are two identical 747's. both called air force one. >> sometimes when you walk to the hanger and you could see both of those planes sitting right there, one of those things where you can get used to it, but every now and again, it hits you and sets you back to this first day when you walked in and looked at it. wow, these things are awesome. >> the crew sits in a different area of the plane from the president. >> how is the f
with the nation's highest award today for his bravery in afghanistan. former staff sergeant clinton romashay was bestowed the medal of honor. he was hit with shrapnel and still charged 100 meters into enemy fire to retrieve the bodies of several other troops who were hit. he did two tours in iraq before a stand in afghanistan, the fourth living medal of honor recipient honored for service in iraq or afghanistan. >>> the former navy seal who shot and killed osama bin laden is speaking out saying he left the military three years short of retirement because he wanted to see his children graduate and get married. now he is unemployed, no healthcare, pension or protection plan for his family. he's currently awaiting a virginia disability ruling for neck, back and eye injuries. >>> passengers on a stranded cruise ship are rationing food while they wait for a tow to shore. the carnival ship lost its propulsion system during a fire sunday. fortunately no one was hurt. the ship is running on a backup generator. it was scheduled to return to galveston, texas, today, but now it will have to be towed to
, hillary clinton, faced intense questioning over the obama administration's handling of security before its statements after september's attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. >> because of a protest or guys out for a walk and they decide to kill some americans? what difference, at this point, does it make? >> analysts say in the wake of the ben ghazi attacks, there is greater focus on what the u.s. can and can't do in protecting its diplomats. >> if someone wants to take their life to take yours, there's very little that can be done. >> lew coffee is a security expert at the heritage foundation. he says keeping the bomber from entering the embassy play add key role in reducing the casualties. >> he exploded himself outside. >> what remains to be seen is friday's attack was an isolated to send a message to the start of a new wave of violence in u.s. facilities in turkey. >> this is not, however, the first time u.s. diplomatic facilities in turkey have been targeted previously by terrorists back in 2008, the attack blamed an affiliate outside the u.s. consulate. three assay lents and
in the obama administration. in the previous eight years of the clinton administration. i can continue to go back. i do not think they are serious about negotiating. it just gives them more time. >> the general says the u.s., along with other nations, should use covert operations to thwart their develop. fox news. >>> in world news, a missing new york woman has been found dead in turkey. the body of suray was discovered near the remnants of an ancient city wall in a low income district. the mother of two went missing while vacationing alone. her family last heard from her on january 21, the day she was scheduled to return home. her husband and brother returned to turkey. 11 people are being held for questioning. >>> five men accused of raping and killing a woman. the 23-year-old victim was gang raped while taking a bus. she was kidnapped and taken some place where she was assaulted. the case has brought worldwide outrage. all five men facing charges are planning on pleading not guilty to the crime. >>> to israel where troops are clashing with palestinians. the palestinians are putting up a
holding steady. no issue reported between college park and bethesda. coming inbound out of clinton of this morning, nice and quiet. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. affic. . >> thank you. >>> in the developing budget cuts, we continue to inch closer and closer to the deadline. >> we only have a few days until the sequester takes effect and more and more, it looks like it will happen. fox 5's melanie alnwick is live on capitol hill with the latest on sequestration. >>> president obama will host the nation's governors at the white house later today looking for a few good partners to help pressure congress to stop the sequestration from taking place. as part of that effort, last night, the white house released a state by state compilation of the possible impacts of budget cuts. among emthis, d.c. would lose $533,000 in education funding inform maryland, 707 fewer low income students will get college financing inform virginia, head start for 1,000 students would eliminate. congress returns to work monday looking for ways to rework the automatic spending cuts that will hit
the medal of honor to a former army staff sergeant later this afternoon. clinton romecia is only the 4th living to receive the medal. >>> still ahead at 7:00, we will have more on the major breaking news today. pope benedict xvi announces he is resigning at the end of this month. this is a big shock and we will have much more this hour about it. >> also still to come, music's biggest night. a look back at the big winners and some of the most talked about moments of the grammies last night. the state of the union, we'll see what government workers want the white house to make a top priority. >> but first, a cap's come back? dave ross will join us live with a look at the big weekend win and whether it could be the turn around they need. >> and as we take you to the break, a live look outside. rainy start to this morning. the latest weather and traffic from tucker and julie next. it is 7:11. we'll be right back. this is so sick! i can't believe your mom let you take her car out. this is awesome! whoooo! you're crazy. go faster! go faster! go faster! go faster! no! stop...stop... (mom) i rai
. to mrs. fords. we'll look at mrs. clinton. one edition had two term first lady. next term had her as a senator. and the third had her as secretary of state. >> she must do something with her life. >> but all these women do. >> give us fun tidbits maybe people don't know about first ladies. >> when you think about having people to dinner. you think about the white house dinners. you think about it's show for ball gowns. really what happens is it's the women who decide who is going to sit next to each other. so who sits next to each other in white house major dinners impacts policy, trade, business deals. sometimes people even get engaged over those dinners. >> two questions i have to get in. one, the movie lincoln. marry todd lincoln, was she really like that? >> sally fields nailed her. >> really? so in the end she said the only thing you are going to remember about me was i'm crazy. she was aware of that. >> what the country should remember is the bravery marry todd lincoln showed. her ability to visit wounded soldiers in battlefields. she gave everything she had. >> since you kn
of giving arms to rebels in syria. it's been reported hillary clinton and former cia director petraeus asked the white house for permission to arm the syrian rebels but were denied. >>> to d.c. politics now, the city's ethics board says it will not pursue evidence i found against council member jim graham. the board says further action cannot be taken because the incident happened before the ethics board was created. however, a federal grand jury is investigating graham and the contracting process. >>> fairfax county police say the serial fondler has struck again. take a good look at this updated sketch. now 18 incidents reported in and around springfield since september. all of which have the same suspect description and the same m.o. the man comes from behind and gropes women and runs. he has previously been described as having a beard. nowe's described as acne on his shaving bumps. >>> a maryland mother is facing charges that she murdered her 2- year-old. police say chelsea booth confessed to smothering her daughter, cassidy. they believe she put the toddler's body in a dumpster at their
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